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Generic Hash and HMAC Program

48 Hash Functions In One Program

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Hash and HMAC command line tool for 52 hash algorithms like sha1 sha224 sha256 sha384 sha512 and variants, sha3 and shake, md2 md4 md5 md6, rmd128 rmd160 rmd256 rmd320, whirl gost lash160 lash256 lash384 lash512 tiger2 and RFC 2104 HMAC support.
Starting with V1.3.0, SHA3 is fully supported: sha3-224, sha3-256, sha3.384, sha3-512, and extendable output functions (XOFs) shake128, shake256
V1.4.2 supports KMAC (a stronger alternative to HMAC) for the SHA3 family, Base64 output for shake*. shake* can produce output lengths from 1 byte to infinity.
V1.5.0 merges shake and the previous xofshake functions, xofshake is no longer a separate algorithm.

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Features

  • SHA3 implemented as per FIPS 202 (August 2015) - Release 1.5.0
  • all SHA3 finalists are included
  • SHA3 optimized version - Release 1.3.1
  • SHAKE can now produce base64 output - Release 1.4.0
  • Extendable Output functions added: shake128, shake256
  • MD6 implemented - Release 1.5.1

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

C

Registered

2009-01-13

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